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Profil Institute Continues to Publish New Findings in Metabolic Research
Date:3/21/2012

SAN DIEGO, March 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Profil® Institute for Clinical Research, Inc., a company focused on early phase clinical trials for diabetes and obesity, announced today its continued focus on contributing to scientific research in the public domain. The company published research on new therapies in diabetes in nine scientific journals last year and one of its key scientists Prof. Andrew Krentz has authored two textbooks on drug therapy for type 2 diabetes, due to publish this summer.

"We are in a notable position of having been involved in clinical research in almost every promising diabetes-related therapy and in all key anti-diabetic drug categories, benefiting diabetes research as a whole," said Dr. Marcus Hompesch, Profil Institute CEO. "Profil Institute's scientists hail from the world's most renowned institutes and universities focused on diabetes and other metabolic disorders, and we believe strongly in continuing to contribute to the advancement of scientific research in the public domain." 

A list of the company's most recent publications is available on Profil Institute's website www.profilinstitute.com under Scientific Expertise with abstracts or full articles available at the US National Library of Medicine's website www.pubmed.gov

Scientific journals include Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology; Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics; Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism; Diabetes Care; and Treatment Strategies Diabetes.

The two textbooks Drug Therapy for Type 2 Diabetes (London: Adis, 2012, in press) and Pharmacotherapy for Type 2 Diabetes (London: Royal Society of Medicine Press, 2012, in press) are authored by Prof. Andrew Krentz, Profil Institute's Senior Director of Scientific Services.

The textbooks present detailed coverage of established glucose-low
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